THE FIX IS IN: John Podesta’s Best Friend Will Lead Huma Email Investigation

The Fix Is In: Podesta's BFF Heads Huma's Email Investigation

If there was ever a time to drain the swamp, it’s now. The corruption just never quits. Not only is this election cycle plagued with the biggest scandal we’ve seen since Watergate, but the internal circle investigating is in the tank for the criminals.

Zero Hedge connects the dots.

In the letter to Congress, the DOJ writes that it “will continue to work closely with the FBI and together, dedicate all necessary resources and take appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible,” assistant attorney General Peter J. Kadzik writes in letters to House and Senate lawmakers.

So far so good, even if one wonders just how active the DOJ will be in a case that has shown an unprecedented schism between the politically influenced Department of Justice and the FBI.

And yet, something felt odd about this.

Kadzik… Kadzik… where have we heard that name?

Oh yes. Recall our post from last week, “Clinton Campaign Chair Had Dinner With Top DOJ Official One Day After Hillary’s Benghazi Hearing” in which we reported that John Podesta had dinner with one of the highest ranked DOJ officials the very day after Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi testimony?

It was Peter Kadzik.

And not only is Kadzik the best friend of Podesta, he was also a key player in nominating Loretta Lynch as DOJ top dog.

Kadzik’s role at the DOJ, where he started in 2013, is particularly notable Kadzik, as helped spearhead the effort to nominate Lynch, who was heavily criticized for her secret meeting with the former president.

It gets better because, as we further revealed, if there is one person in the DOJ who is John Podesta’s, and thus the Clinton Foundation’s inside man, it is Peter Kadjik.

Yep, it certainly is time to drain the swamp.

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